10 New Releases To Add To Your Bookshelf

10 new releases to add to your bookshelf
10 new releases to add to your bookshelf

The temperatures are dropping, snow is falling and people across the country are hibernating indoors. If you find yourself bored with the latest TV and movie choices, why not try a book instead. These fiction and non-fiction reads – hot off the presses – will keep you entertained all winter long.

Orr: My Story by Bobby Orr

Bobby Orr, one of Canada’s most beloved hockey players, released his memoir earlier this year. The book captures his rise to fame, from his early days in small town Parry Sound to career highs playing with the Boston Bruins and Chicago Black Hawks.


The Circle by Dave Eggers

In the dystopian novel The Circle, Dave Eggers digs into what the future would look like if a company like Google were to take over the world. The story feels eerily familiar and may make you question your own privacy online.


David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell

A story about misfits and underdogs, the latest from Malcolm Gladwell asks us to think twice about how we approach obstacles that seem insurmountable. This non-fiction book will be invaluable in your personal and professional life.


Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

If you liked the 1980 thriller film The Shining, pick up Stephen King’s newest novel. In Doctor Sleep King revisits the characters from the original story, checking in with protagonist Dan Torrance once he has reached adulthood.

Paddle Your Own Canoe by Nick Offerman

Nick Offerman (of Parks and Recreation fame) delights with this hilarious take on life. Filled with comical essays that chronicle all of his strange adventures, this book is sure to provide a few laughs.

Drink More Whiskey by Daniel Yaffe

This whiskey guide provides everything you need to know about the popular alcohol. The book covers the various qualities of whiskey, the different styles and fun uses for the drink. It also includes more than 20 recipes.

Wheelman by Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O’Connell

Lance Armstrong made headlines in early 2013 when he admitted doping while racing. This account of his story is written by two journalists who followed Armstrong’s journey since the news broke.

Worst Person Ever by Douglas Coupland

Canadian author Douglas Coupland is back with his first novel since 2010. The book follows Raymond, a reality TV camera guy who journeys to a small island to work on a Survivor-esque show. Expect a fun page-turner filled with satire and pop culture quips.

A Dance With Dragons by George R.R. Martin

Game of Throne fans have been eagerly awaiting the latest novel on the A Song of Ice and Fire book series. The fifth novel digs deeper into the lives of Daenerys Targaryen, the Lannisters and the Starks, and provides a sneak peek into the upcoming sixth book.

I Am Dandy: The Return of the Elegant Gentleman by Sven Ehmann

The lumberjack look is long gone and men are embracing a more refined appearance. I Am Dandy investigates the contemporary trend of dandyism, and gives a history of the movement over the past 200 years.

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